Examples of rehouse in a Sentence
The organization is working to rehouse families who were displaced in the fire.
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Cavanaugh’s proposal calls for taking about $1.2 million from Sacramento Steps Forward’s outreach worker and rehousing programs.
While that was less than the amount that went to vouchers and landlord outreach, rapid-rehousing funded housing for 55 percent of the veterans.
Most of the surviving families are still living in hotels, waiting to be rehoused.
Rapid rehousing sounded promising initially, Tatterson said.
Housing agencies in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles have run pilot programs on rehousing former prisoners, including family reunifications.
The fire has acted as a focal point for anger at local authority funding cuts and, if more buildings are deemed unsafe, the government faces the task of rehousing people within existing social housing facilities which are stretched.
London (CNN)Families made homeless by the Grenfell Tower fire are to be rehoused in new, affordable apartments right next door to luxury private homes in one of the most exclusive -- and expensive -- parts of London.
This is feeding fears that instead of living in low-rises homes in green, residential spaces in Moscow they’ll be rehoused in vast skyscrapers on the outskirts of the city.
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